Welcome to The Hayesbrook School
Although our course applications closed on 10th January 2019 we would never turn a student away who wished to make an application. Don't forget to contact the school on 01732 500600 or email@example.com if you have any questions?
We think it is important to recognise that post 16 education is a journey, and that every student follows their own individual route or path to reach their University future or career of their choice. Throughout their time studying in the Sixth Form students have access to good class sizes, excellent pastoral support, a broad programme of study and comprehensive university, high level apprenticeship, employment advice and guidance. Our curriculum offer enhances students’ personal and interpersonal development, with an emphasis on experiential learning. We encourage our students to be individuals and to take responsibility for their own choices as well as teaching them tolerance and respect towards others. We develop our students to be citizens of the world, to be active, compassionate, lifelong learners and to develop the confidence to know and understand their own worth and purpose.
The Hayesbrook School is a fast paced and exciting place to study; the teachers are excellent, the students are friendly, the facilities are great and you have the opportunity to develop personally as well as academically. The sixth form aims to provide all students with the experience, skills and qualifications needed for the next challenging stage of their lives.
In 2018 outcomes were improved with 57% A*-C grades and an impressive 32% of grades were A*, A or B. This includes the achievement of those studying applied and technical qualifications where 94% of grades were Distinction/* or Merit and the average grading
Distinction. This is a highly commendable achievement.
The Hayesbrook School has an inclusive sixth form and believes that every student should have the opportunity to study a range of courses that extend their existing skills and allow them to successfully gain entrance into Higher Education or employment.
In addition to an academic journey, some students may benefit from our excellent programme of extra currciular activies and vast range of trips and visits. Our sixth for students have visited Cern, Berlin, Iceland and Thailand in addition to a thorough and expanding progarmme of opportunities within the UK. Our students are encouraged to take part in the Duke of Edinburgh qualification. level 3 Sports leadership qualification as well as opportunities for work experience placements throughout the two years. Currently, our Year 12 students have one day per week on release to take part in work experience.
Some subjects have additional entry requirements which are identified in the course description. In addition, certain subjects may request that students attend a suitability interview or aptitude test.
Entry requirements are subject to change and entry to the Sixth Form may be considered subject to agreed conditions. We reserve the right to tailor an individual student's programme of study based on their final examination results. The school decision in this matter is final
Hayesbrook reserves the right to alter specifications or withdraw unviable courses. Decisions about course viability will be made following the closing date for applications. The School will communicate the withdrawal of any courses to parents and students at the earliest opportunity.
The Hayesbrook Sixth Form very much welcomes applications from all and we are very much looking forward to sharing our pathways with families on November 22nd 2018 at our information evening. We are most looking forward to sharing with you some of the onward movements that our students made at the end of the 2018 results in August.
- 3G Astro - Turf
- Football academy in association with Chelsea FC Foundation (prospective)
- Common room & kitchen
- Drama and dance studios
- MUGA sports area
- Music rooms
- Sports fields
- Sports hall
- Specialist Sixth Form PE Classroom
- Tennis courts
- Sixth Form Study Room
- Sixth Form Food Cube
- Careers Library
- Independent learning zones within subject areas
- Collaboration with The Hillview School for girls to offer an even wider selection of courses for students at both schools.
- Dedicated UCAS Coordinator and team of advisors
- Small class sizes
- Strong team of Tutors providing pastoral care
- Assistant Principal overseeing Post 16 provision
- Careers advice and employability training with CTM Pathway and Runway training.
- Work placement opportunities
- Enrichment activities including FA level 1 coaching and Duke of Edinburgh
- Strong oversees visits culture
- Timetabled study sessions in addition to curriculum time
- Resit English and/or Maths GCSE
How to apply
If you want to apply for courses, you will need to contact The Hayesbrook School directly.